Annotations on the Relationship Among Discriminant Functions
Awogbemi Clement Adeyeye
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Awogbemi Clement Adeyeye: Department of Statistics, National Mathematical Centre, Abuja, Nigeria
Academic Journal of Applied Mathematical Sciences, 2020, vol. 6, issue 8, 161-165
Different forms of discriminant functions and the essence of their appearances were considered in this study. Various forms of classification problems were also considered, and in each of the cases mentioned, classification from simple functions of the observational vector rather than complicated regions in the higher-dimensional space of the original vector were made. Violation of condition of equal variance covariance matrix for Linear Discriminant Function (LDF) results to Quadratic Discriminant Function (QDF). The relationships among the classification statistics examined were established:Â The Andersonâ€™s (W) and Raoâ€™s (R) statisticsÂ are equivalent when the two sample sizes are equal, and when a constant is equal to 1, W, R and John-Kudoâ€™s (Z) classification statistics are asymptotically comparable. A linear relationship is also established between W and Z classification statistics.
Keywords: Discriminant functions; Classification statistics; Classification problems; Covariance matrix; Probability of misclassification. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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